Places for People is proud to be the NewsRadio 1120 KMOX Voice of Caring partner for June. Executive Joe Yancey was on Total Information AM this morning to discuss Places for People and the people we help.
KSDK NewsChannel 5 shared Nancy’s story of hope, health and recovery Thursday evening, June 4, 2015.
Fox 2 interviewed Nancy, PfP Outreach Specialist Linda Alexander and PfP Action Team Leader Donnie Winget on June 3, 2015, to give an update on Nancy’s life since the filming of the ESPN documentary, “Life on the Streets,” and how Places for People has supported her.
St. Louis and the nation was captivated by “Life on the Streets,” the story of William Hayes and Chris Long’s night of homelessness which aired on ESPN on Sunday, May 31. The video featured two St. Louis Rams defensive ends initially posing as homeless individuals who eventually reveal themselves and agree to help two people, Martin and Nancy, who they met in an abandoned building.
The video ended with Nancy moving into a hotel paid for by Hayes and Long. You may wonder what happened to Nancy since filming ended.
In April, Places for People, a leading provider of mental health services in the St. Louis area, connected with Nancy.